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Greensburg Daily News from Greensburg, Indiana · Page 7

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by Swim Team Defeated Batesville The Greensburg YMCA Summer Swim Team was defeated by the visiting Batesville squad 334-138 in a meet Tuesday held at the Allen Memorial Swimming Pool. The results by events are as follows: Freestyle — Boys, 8 and under — C. Croy, 4th; 9-10—M. Scheid ler, 1st; J. Taylor, 3rd; S. Hoi comb, 6th; 11-12 — M. McGrath 1st; J. Abbott, 5th; 13-14 — D Hillman, 4th; 15-16 — T. Chil dress, 3rd; K. Schoenke, 5th; D Parker, 6th. Freestyle — Girls, 8 and under — L. Sibbitt, 4th; D. Millis, 5th; 9-10 — J. Taylor, 3rd; N. Abbott 5th; 11-12 — J. Marshall, 4th; M. Marhanka, 5th; C. Loyd, 6th; 13-14 — M. Brunson, 2nd; 15-16 — K. Ritter, 4th. Breast Stroke — Boys, 8 and under — C. Croy, 3rd; 9-10 — G. Shaffer, 1st; J. Taylor, 3rd; C Abrell, 5th; 11-12 — R. Glass 2nd; 15-16 — L. Marhanka, 1st; C. Robbins, 2nd. Breast Stroke — Girls, 8 and under — L. Sibbitt, 4th; 9-10 J. Taylor, 4th; 11-12 — S. Weisback, 3rd; G. Bowling, 4th; M Millis, 6th; 15-16 — C. Parks 4th; K. Ritter, 5th. Back Stroke — Boys, 8 anc under — C. Croy, 4th; 9-10 — S Holcomb, 1st; G. Shaffer, 4th; 11-12 — G. Shaffer, 4th; 13-14 D. Hillman, 4th; 15-16 — D Fultz, 1st; K. Schoenke, 2nd. Back Stroke, Girls, 8 and under — D. Millis, 4th; 9-10 — N. Abbott, 4th; 11-12 — G. Bowling 3rd; J. Marshall, 4th; C. Millis. 5th; 13-14 — M. Brunson, 1st; 1516— C. Parks, 3rd. Butterfly — Boys, 9-10 — M. Scheidler, 1st; G. Shaffer, 2nd; 11-12 — R. Glass, 1st; 15-16 — L Marhanka, 2nd; C. Robbins, 4th Butterfly — Girls, 9-10 — J Taylor, 3rd; 11-12 — C. Millis 3rd; M. Marhanka, 5th; K Glass, 6th; 13-14 — M. Brunson 2nd; 15-16 — K. Ritter, 4th. Individual Medley — Boys, 12 and under — M. McGrath. 1st; C. Abrell, 4th; 13-14 — D. Hillman, 4th; 15-16 — T. Childress. 1st. Individual Medley — Girls, 12 and under — S. Weisback, 2nd; C. Millis, 4th; K. Glass, 5th; 1314 — M. Brunson, 1st. Medley Relay — Boys, 10 and under — Greensburg, 1st; 13-16 r- Greensburg, 1st; Greensburg, 2nd. Medley Relay — Girls, 10 and under — Greensburg, 2nd; 11-12 — Greensburg, 1st; Greensburg, 3rd; 13-16 — Greensburg, 2nd. Freestyle Relay — Boys, 10 and under — Greensburg, 1st; 11-12 — Greensburg, 1st; 13-16 — Greensburg, 2nd. Freestyle Relay — Girls, 10 and under — Greensburg, 3rd; 11-12 — Greensburg, 2nd; Greensburg, 3rd. Diving — Boys, 12 and under— R. Glass, 2nd; 13-16 — S. Howard, 2nd; D. Hillman, 3rd. Diving — Girls, 12 and under — K. Glass. 4th. Officials for the meet were Allen Barnett, Harry Ritter, Ben Millis, Cliff Childress, Keith Loyd, George Granholt and Arthur Taylor, all of here, and Barnhorst and French of Batesville. The locals will host the Shelbyville team Friday at 6:30 p. m. at the Allen-Memorial Pool. Swimming ANOTHER SELLOUT SOUTH BEND. Ind. (UPI) — The Nov. 20th Notre Dame home game with Michigan State has been sold out. Previously the Southern Cal. Navy and Northwestern gridiron clashes here were sold out with only North Carolina seats still available. Call Track, Field Stars To Testify WASHINGTON (UPI) — Senate committee focused attention today on charges that the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) manages international track meets improperly, resulting in poor American showings abroad. It was part of an investigation of the long AAU-NCAA feud. The Senate Commerce Committee called veteran track and field stars Hayes Jones, Bobby Morrow and Harold Connolly to tell about their experiences on AAU-arranged trips abroad., Others on today's witness list were Jesse T. Hill, athletic director and longtime track coach at the University of Southern California, and Bill Henry, a Los Angeles Times columnist and' president of the Southern California Committee for Olympic Games. Henry, a former sports broadcaster who has promoted track meets in Southern California over a long period, faced questioning about financial arrangements for such events. The committee is interested in determining what financial interest the AAU and other athletic organizations have in controlling amateur athletes. But, except for Henry, most of the questioning along this line was expected to be reserved until next week when officials of the AAU and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will testify. Most of the interest continued today on the effect the two organizations and their feud have had on young athletes. Bowling News Parkside Lanes The Ladies Thursday Night Late Owl League will hold an organizational meeting Thursday night at 7:30 p. m. in the City Park shelter. In the event of rain, the meeting will be held at the Parkside Bowling Lanes. All captains and members are asked to attend. West Bowl Lanes Monday Night Mixed League W L 10 13 15 15 15 16 18 13 LaMar's Foodtown 20 Four Wild Cats 17 West Bowl No. 1 15 Dairy Queen 15 X-L Market 15 West Bowl No. 2 14 Lucky Debonair 12 Team No. 4 12 High series, women: Jessie Hoy 526, Jeanne Snedeker 472 June Tumilty 457, Mayme Welch 455. Leah Humpert 418. High games, women: Jessie Hoy 199, Mayme Welch 196 : Jeanne Snedeker 181, Jesise Hoy 177, June Tumilty 159 and 154. High series, men: Paul Enzinger 532, John Tumilty 530, Bob Clark 523, Tony Welch 521. High games, men: John Tumilty 221, Tony Welch 202. Splits converted: 5-6. Ruth Colson; 3-10. John Tumilty (twice). Aid Sunman Family Whose Home Burned Wives of the Ripley County National Farmers Organization held a linen shower Friday. Aug. 13, at the nome of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Ziegler of Batesville for Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Jobst of R. R. 1, Sunman. whose home was destroyed by fire recently. A crowd of nearly 200 helped replenish the many household articles lost in the fire. Many of the N. F. O. members are volunteering help in the rebuilding of the Jobst home. Cleo Narwold of Batesville is the chairman of the Ripley County N. F. 0. Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News. Wednesday, Aug. 18.1965 PAGE 3 Only Six Bodies Are Recovered in Mysterious Crash By WESLEY G. PBPPERT CHICAGO (UiPI) — Government investigators blocked off a patch of Lake Michigan today in their search for clues in the mystery of a jet airliner which carried 30 persons to their deaths. A fifth victim of Monday night's crash into the lake waters was identified. He was the plane's captain, Melville W. Xowle, 42, of Wyckoff, N.J. Only six bodies and a portion of a seventh have been recovered. Coast Guard Capt. Gerald Applegate said searchers believe they have the crash point pinpointed, in water 200 feet deep 18 to 20 miles offshore from north Chicago. Murky weather delayed the start of the Navy's aerial search today. Applegate said investigators hoped to haVe two helicopters and a plane over the waters. There were no immediate plans to send down divers. "We're trying to plant reference buoys for the boats to work around," Applegate said. "Half of the naval craft that have magnetic devices to pick up the engines if they are there." The Coast Guard retrieved tons of twisted debris Tuesday from the United Air Lines Flight 389, a giant Boeing 727 jet which dropped off radar scopes and disappeared into the lake in a baH of orange flame minutes before it was to land on a Ne.w York - to - Chicago flight. A special "disaster team" of FBI agents flew here Tuesday from Washington to join other federal agencies in probing the causes of the sudden crash. Edward E. Slattery, a spokesman for the Civil Aeronautics Board, said investigators were considering the possibility that a bomb had been planted aboard the plane. He said such consideration was routine. The New York-to-Chicago airliner crashed without warning Monday night, only minutes from a scheduled landing at O'Hare International' Airport. Scores of witnesses reported seeing <a huge ball of fire over the lake at the moment the plane vanished from radar screens at O'Hare. Investigators sought to find clues to two key questions sur- rouding the mysterious crash: —What caused the virtually brand new airliner to plunge suddenly into the lake from its routine landing approach pattern at 6,000 feet altitude? —iDid the ball of blame occur before the plane hit the water or at the moment of impact? Ripley Valuations Increase $818,880 Maddux Auction THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 19 6:30 P. M.—Corner West and West Walnut Sts. We have one complete household in this sale, of nice furniture, consisting of—Admiral 21" TV: extra fine Base- ett 8-pc. blonde dining room suite, with round table and 6 chairs; china hutch; 3-pc. grey bedroom suite: box springs and mattress; cedar wardrobe: cedar chest: blonde end and coffee tables; table lamps; gossip bench; red base rocker; blonde kneehole desk: book shelves: corner whatnot: Marquette refrigerator; RCA 30" electric range: Siegler 50,000 BTU gas heater, fully automatic; Empire 40.000 BTU gas heater. ANTIQUES—Cherry chest: marble top dresser; nice set of 4 wood chairs; spool cabinet; beds; tin door safe; rocker; desk, some dishes. 2-pc. living room suite: base rockers; occasional chairs; TV sets; 9x12 rugs; radio and record player combination; nice 4x8 pool table; beds; springs: mattress: dressers; some new fishing equipment; 12 ga. shotgun; good Admiral and Wizard refrigerators; electric and gas ranges: kitchen and utility cabinets; Frigidaire and Philco freezers; automatic washers; glass door safe; 8 ft. show case: lavatory: bicycles; washers; electric fans; 8-ft. electric light fixtures: miscellaneous items. MARLIN P. MADDUX AUCTIONEER BUARL McGUIRE, Mgr. VERSAILLES, Ind. — Despite a §200,000-plus drop in the Milan Community School District, taxable valuations in Ripley County showed a healthy total gain of $818,880 this year. The Milan Community School District valuation loss comes from decreases in its three tax units, the town of Milan, Franklin and Washington Townships. County assessed valuation in 1964 was $31,687,610. This year's figure is $32,506,490. Totals by township and incorporated areas include: Adams Township down from $2,614,805 to $2,128,395 this year. The lower figure is due partly to settlement of a court dispute between Adams Township and •Batesville which resulted in a new classification for Batesville in Adams of $473,755. Other township comparisons are: Brown, down from $1,822,550 to $1,812,795. Center, up from $1,041,845 to $1,079,345. Delaware, up from $997,820 to $1.043,925. Franklin, down from $5,370,775 to $5,178,630. Jackson, up from §1,298,780 to $1.305,585. Johnson, up from $1,618,310 to $1.657,555. Laughery, up from $1,730,625 to $1,809,945. A new classification for a small area of Laughery Township included in the Jac-Cen-Del school corporation for $73,030. , Otter Creek, up from $1,669,985 to $1,698,860. Shelby, down from $887,725 to ,175. Washington, up from $1,088,210 to $1,089,255. Incorporated areas: Batesville, up from 15,235,815 to $5,619,355. An older portion of Batesville in Adams, up from $184,590 to $243,065. Milan, down from $1,372,740 to $1,359,820. Milan in Washington, down from $348,735 to $338,310. Napoleon, down from $266,900 to $266,340. Osgood, up from $1,966,570 to $2,172,430. Sunman, up from $672,210 to $687,045. Versailles, up from $1,499,090 to $1,600,875. Two Youths Appear On Theft Charges Two youths who formerly resided in this county appeared in Decatur Circuit Court Wednesday in connection with charges of theft of property and possession of stolen property against them. Carlie Johnson, 22, Kokomo, entered a not guilty plea to the charge of possession of stolen property. He had previously pleaded not guilty to the other charge. Paul Jackson, 19, Springfield 0., requested to change his not guilty plea to the theft of property count, but the court appointed John Fitch to represent tlim and consult with him before a change in plea is made. Both youths were returned to jail. They are charged with theft of gasoline and an electric saw from Robert Dale Brown Aug. 2 and possession of stolen tools, valued at $115, found in the trunk of Jackson's car following their arrest Aug. 4. New Bethel Mrs. Emerson Tempest attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kuntz for her mother, Mrs. Ed Poer Sunday. Ben Suhre and children of Clayton, 111., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tempest and Wilma Saturday night. Dan Ponsler returned home from the Columbus Hospital Wednesday. Visitors at his home last week were Mr. and Mrs. Omer Edens, Mr. and Mrs. John Low, Sam Beck, Maurice Richards, John Jochum, Ruby Ponsler, Jim Ponsler, Mr. and Mrs. Wfflard Low and Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Low. Dan is getting along well at this writing. Last weeks visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Low were Mrs. Mary Lockerige, Mrs. Conn Loekerige', Letha McFall and Hattie and Alberta Coffey. Mrs. Helen Jeanette Collins and children returned to their home in Columbus Thursday after spending some time with her mother, Mrs. Maggie Welch. Mrs. Welch spent Saturday night with them. Mrs. Vera Tempest and William visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrison and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Redicker and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Herman I Riser and Candy and Kim and 'Mrs. Flora Struben visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben and family Sunday evening. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Low were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jones of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Low and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Low and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Low. Mr. and Mrs. Harlace Ponsler: visited Mr.' and Mrs. Lester Sporleder Wednesday night. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ponsler were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Naylor and daughters of Holton, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ponsler, Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and daughter, Kelly Beck, Mae Low, Norma Rowe and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spicer, George Kelly and Francis McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Harlace Ponsler and Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ponsler and Karla and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mozingo attended the Mozingo Reunion at the Greensburg City Park Sunday. Vera Tempest spent Saturday evening with Irene Hockersmith and Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tempest visited Mrs. Mary Tempest and Delores Sunday evening. Mrs. Maggie Welch and Mrs. Helen Collins and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Padgett Wednesday evening. Mrs. Judy Castetter was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ponsler and Karla and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Thomas and Dana visited Mr. and Mrs. Harlace Ponsler and Nelson Sundy evening. Mrs. Mary Tempest and Delores visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tempest and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tempest Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harlace Ponsler went to Aurora, HI. to bring Mrs. Charlene Ponsler and Karla home after they had spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Webster Lang, while her husband, Jim, was away at National Guard Camp at Grayling, Mich. Those attending the Sunday school picnic at Greensburg City Park S*unday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Struben and Gary, Janet, Anne, and Larry Edens, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mozingo and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lutz and Shirley, George Clarkson, Mrs. Anna Ponsler, Mrs. Clara Suhre and children, Mr. and Mrs. Cylde Ponsler, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hockersmith and Scott and Miss Brenda Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Gleen Moore and family of Muncie visited Ed Cunningham and daughter Wednesday. Sunday dinner guests of Ed Cunningham and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Jmes Cunningham and daughter of Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Krom and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Gholson and Rhonda. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gearheart. 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